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  • Are paperless tickets giving music fans a headache?

    A paperless ticketing system – one requiring the holder of the card used to buy the ticket to be present to gain entry to an event – is the latest attempt by artists and ticke

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 10 October 2012

  • Get your credit card balancing act right

    Some credit cards provide welcome respite from interest payments on debt transferred from another card, while others offer 0% on purchases for a set period – and, depending on

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 10 October 2012

  • Why Santander's 123 works for me

    Reading about the nuts and bolts of a financial product might be useful but it doesn’t stand up to knowing how it actually works in practice.

    Laura Howard

    Updated: 08 October 2012

  • Five ways to beat your financial gremlins

    Halloween may not have arrived yet – but for many of us, our financial gremlins sit on our shoulders the whole year round. Whether this is in the form of debt that you just ca

    Clare Walsh

    Updated: 05 October 2012

  • Focus on: Earn 6% cashback with Barclaycard

    If you clear your credit card balance every month and want to earn money every time you spend, Barclaycard’s new Cashback card is well worth a look.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 05 October 2012

  • The best credit cards for Christmas spending

    Christmas is coming, whether you like it or not. And for many cash-strapped families, this will mean that it’s time to start thinking about taking out a new credit card to cov

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 04 October 2012

  • Stop turning away free cash!

    The prospect of racking up credit card debts can be frightening, but play your cards right and your plastic could end up paying you back rather than the other way round.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 28 September 2012

  • Focus on: Santander 123 credit card now pays back on travel

    Rail fares are set to soar by 6% in January next year meaning more misery for commuters – but there are ways you can fight back against the price hikes.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 19 September 2012

  • Young and hard up? Get in control of your credit now!

    The difficult economic backdrop has taken its toll on all of us, but young people aged 18 to 34 are some of the hardest hit.

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 19 September 2012

  • Supermarkets give the banks a run for their money

    Once upon a time, supermarkets were for the sole purpose of buying your groceries. Now we are accustomed to them stocking clothes, homeware, electrical goods and even financia

    Laura Howard

    Updated: 14 September 2012

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